Lexi Daly has a tutorial on the PapertreyInk blog this week, creating
Graffiti Word Art
My PTI word dies didn't come close to being 'graffiti-esque', but I came closest with
the happy from Paper Clippings: Birthday.
I started with a few other dies, and worked Lexi's steps on them, but was happiest with
the Paper Clippings die.
I really liked Lexi's word, 'fly'. The shape and font was perfect for the challenge.
I'm afraid the words I had are a bit frilly to call them graffiti.
But the technique works well with die and stamped word.
Love the little bit of sheen the clear embossing gives the word.
I GA'ed the candle flames and balloon.
If you like any of the products I used, you can find them below.
Just click on them and you'll be directed to the PTI product in the store.
I had trouble finding a die word that would work too, but your paper clippings looks FABULOUS with the ink blending and GA!! In fact all of the image with the ink blending looks fantastic and this whole card just shines Nancy!! LOVE it!! :0)ReplyDelete
This is so cool!!! I LOVE the blending you did!!ReplyDelete
WHAT A TOTALLY FUN CARD, Nancy! LOVE the colors you've used too!!!! ;)ReplyDelete
Such a fun, festive and colorful birthday card in your best graffiti style, Nancy! The clear embossing added just the right amount of glossiness. The technique wasn’t all that difficult, but finding the right word dies was.ReplyDelete
paper clippings is perfect with this technique - love the complete card!! the other words are great too! thanks for playing make it monday!!ReplyDelete
Love how your card turned out. And all of the other words look so awesome.ReplyDelete
Beautiful Nancy great colors.ReplyDelete
This is magnificent Nancy, wowza!!ReplyDelete
I love this so much, it's a party on a card, Nancy! Amazing color choices and design!ReplyDelete